News: MoneyGram International Inc (MGI.N)

MGI.N on New York Stock Exchange

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10 May 2013
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May 6 - U.S. stocks turned negative on Wednesday, after opening slightly higher, as disappointing data, including weaker-than-expected private jobs numbers, fueled concerns about the economy's potential to rebound from a first-quarter slump.

US STOCKS-Wall St set to open up as investors shrug off weak jobs data

* Futures up: Dow 52 pts, S&P 4.5 pts, Nasdaq 0.5 pts (Adds details, comment, updates prices)

Western Union in talks to buy smaller rival MoneyGram: Bloomberg

- Western Union Co , the world's largest money transfer company, is in early-stage talks to acquire smaller rival MoneyGram International Inc , Bloomberg reported, citing people with knowledge of the matter.

UPDATE 1-Western Union in talks to buy smaller rival MoneyGram-Bloomberg

May 5 - Western Union Co, the world's largest money transfer company, is in early-stage talks to acquire smaller rival MoneyGram International Inc, Bloomberg reported, citing people with knowledge of the matter.

U.S. sues former MoneyGram executive, seeks $1 million penalty

NEW YORK/ST. LOUIS - U.S. authorities sued MoneyGram International Inc's former chief compliance officer on Thursday, seeking a $1 million civil penalty and to hold him personally responsible for failing to stop fraudulent telemarketers from using the money-transfer firm's services.

U.S. sues former MoneyGram exec, seeks $1 million penalty

NEW YORK/ST. LOUIS - U.S. authorities sued MoneyGram International Inc's former chief compliance officer on Thursday, seeking a $1 million civil penalty and to hold him personally responsible for failing to stop fraudulent telemarketers from using the money-transfer firm's services.

U.S. sues former MoneyGram exec, seeks $1 million civil penalty

NEW YORK, Dec 18 - U.S. authorities said on Thursday they had sued a former chief compliance officer of money-transfer firm MoneyGram International, seeking to collect a $1 million civil penalty from him for failing to stop fraudulent telemarketers from using the firm's services.

Forex transfer firms give pricey UK banks a run for their money

LONDON - Working out of a shared office near London's Euston station, Michael Kent is part of a revolution that may be driven on by this year's row over alleged currency market manipulation by major banks.

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